|A. Elliott Holman III, Mrs. Arthur Elliott Holman, Jr.
and Emily Holman Sands
|A. Elliott Holman, III, with his parents,
Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Elliott Holman, Jr.
The late John E. Swearingen, an engineering graduate ('38) and longtime supporter of the University, established this Endowment in memory of his friend and Carolina classmate, Arthur E. Holman, Jr., now deceased. At Mr. Swearingen's request, the conservation laboratory was named the Arthur E. Holman, Jr. Conservation Laboratory.
Funds generated by the Endowment will provide support for the ongoing operation of the laboratory that will include funding to support graduate assistants and other student workers, as well as to purchase equipment and supplies.
This Endowment is a meaningful tribute to Mr. Holman, whose family has long supported the Libraries. His mother was a charter member of the University South Caroliniana Society.
A larger image of the plaque displayed below is available here.
The Arthur E. Holman, Jr. Conservation Laboratory Wall Plaque
|Arthur E. Holman, Jr. (left) and John E. Swearingen in 1938.
Conserved World War I pamphlet being placed into a custom-made box for storage.
Preservation staff using the leafcaster to repair damaged papers.
Conservation technician encapsulating a manuscript.
The University of South Caroliniana Annex and Conservation facility housing
the Arthur E. Holman, Jr. Laboratory.
Holman family left to right, Arthur E. Holman, Jr., Emma Lee F. Holman, George L. Sands, Jr., A. Elliott Holman, III, and Emily Holman Sands
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